A vision for Lightroom Mobile is to do a teathered Studio Shoot and to send selected images to a client using "Make Public" which provides a unique URL which may be emailed to a client for his viewing on his own Laptop or tablet, and comment. The process works perfectly until the client wants to comment on one or more images. When the client clicks on the "comment" or "Like" icons, he is immediately asked for his Adobe ID and Password, or to Register for an Adobe ID. I can't imagine a client wanting to do this unless he already has an Adobe ID. The client in all probability isn't even aware of Adobe. The only rationale I see for asking for an Adobe ID is to identify who is returning the comment. Why not just ask for the client's name and email address (which you know since you sent the link to him via emil), which should be sufficient to identify him. Without this change I view this vision for Lightroom Mobile as a failure.
Can this be implemented in a future update?
Hi Kent, You make a perfectly sensible suggestion. Others have raised similar issues. Add your vote here where Adobe staff are more likely to see it: